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Get “Job Smart” with CCCC!

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Looking for higher pay, stable employment, or training for a new career? Check out our Job Smart Program! We’re partnering with Clackamas County Workforce Partnership and CCC Workforce Development to offer our parents a bilingual advisor, individual support, mentorship, training opportunities, cohort meetings, and much more. Pizza and childcare provided!
Call Claire Calhoun at 503-594-6403 for more information!



Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center


Check out the Early Childhood Learning & Knowledge Center (ECLKC), provided by the Office of Administration for Children and Families. Learn about the Performance Standards that all Head Start and Early Head Start programs follow, the importance of school readiness, national program news, the latest early childhood resources, and much more!



One Hour Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child!


SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) offers an exciting opportunity for parents, grandparents, and community members to get involved at our River Road and Gladstone locations. Do you have one hour, once a week, that you could volunteer? Join us in supporting children’s early reading skills, providing encouragement, and sharing in the fun! Visit “SMART” today to learn more!




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Do you want to give back to the community? Do you want to share your skills and expertise with others? Are you passionate about helping children succeed? Clackamas County Children’s Commission has a volunteer position for you! Join us by reading to a child, nurturing our community garden, or putting your organizational skills to the test! We have many classroom, nutrition program, and facilities/maintenance opportunities – contact us today for more information! Se habla Español!


Board of Directors

Meet our Board of Directors!

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Members of the Board are driven by their desire to make a big difference in the lives of low-income children and families in their community. They help the Head Start and Early Head Start organization set and achieve goals for children’s healthy development and school readiness, families’ economic well-being, and community empowerment.